#416 (first photo above)…a canvas bag containing a few books; a double plastic bag containing a cooked turkey carcass, and a few vegetables for mirepoix.
#417 (second photo above)…a cardboard box containing 18 pint contains full of still-warm turkey broth.
Okay, so here’s the deal. Nearly every year, after our Thanksgiving feast at one of my sister’s houses, I take the turkey carcass(es) and make turkey broth with it/them the next day. I usually have off of work and it’s a great day just to take it easy around the house and let the broth simmer. Then, after straining and packaging it, I freeze it and have homemade broth for weeks/months ahead. Well this year I had to work…but I still took the turkey carcass (I’m a professional cook, I can’t let something that good simply be discarded). Anyhow, I carried the carcass to work, made the broth there (one of the many privileges of working in a kitchen), packaged it, and carried it home. It now resides in my small freezer for future use.